Richard Pryor - "CRAPS" - After Hours album
After Hours" by Richard Pryor, from his stand-up album- "Craps".
Features Song Lyrics for Richard Pryor's 'Craps' (After Hours) album.
Richard Pryor is the debut album of comedian Richard Pryor. It was recorded live in 1968 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California. Gary Burden, an American artist, designed the album cover which was nominated for Best Album Cover at the 12th Annual Grammy Awards. Gary Burden, who designed the album cover, said Pryor wanted to do something "kind of Roots-y" for the cover
Richard Pryor’s second album marks his transition from clean, Cosby-like, middlebrow comedian to brutally-honest satyrist. Craps (After Hours), released in 1971, delves into the controversial subject-matter that made Pryor legendary. Craps (After Hours) Q&A. Producers David Drozen. Writers Richard Pryor. More Richard Pryor albums.
Craps (After Hours) - Разное от Richard Pryor. В альбом вошло 31 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 36:25. Insurance Man. 00:28.
Richard Pryor Format: Vinyl. i literally piss my pants laughing. Worth every cent, nickel and dime. Then again i love the man, and if you like this then get "That N 's Crazy.
Craps (After Hours) is the second album by American comedian Richard Pryor, released in 1971 on the Laff Records label. It was released during the comedian's transitional period from a middlebrow "Cosbyized" comic into a more improvisational, socially conscious, controversial brand of raw humor that Pryor would help to pioneer during the 1970s. Several monologues from the album were repeated for Pryor's debut concert film, Live & Smokin', although that film would be held from release until 1985 as a VHS videotape
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. CRAPS" - After Hours (1971). Album by Richard Pryor. was sampled in. Live at . s by Beastie Boys (1992).
The Early Years (1966–1974) is a two-CD compilation of live stand-up comedy recordings by comedian and actor Richard Pryor, that predate his 1974 mainstream breakthrough album That Nigger's Crazy. The album was primarily compiled from tapes recorded by Laff Records between 1966 and 1974. By 1968, Pryor had only recorded and released one album up to that point, the eponymous debut that was released by Dove/Reprise and featured a much milder Pryor.
|A2||Fuck From Memory|
|A12||Blow Our Image|
|B1||I Spy Cops|
|B6||Got A Dollar?|
|B7||Pres.'s Black Baby|
|B11||280 Lb. Ass|
|B14||Black & Proud|
|B15||Gettin The Nut|
|B16||F-k The Faggot|
- Copyright (c) – Laff Records
- Art Direction, Design – Howard Goldstein
- Executive-Producer – Louis Drozen
- Photography By [Cover] – Dominic Belmonte
- Producer – David Drozen
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 146A A-146-A S-2422
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): A-146B A-146-B S-2423
|L-451||Richard Pryor||"CRAPS" - After Hours (8-Trk, Album)||Party Fun Productions||L-451||US||1971|
|LAFF A226, A-226||Richard Pryor||Blackjack (LP, Album, RE)||Laff Records, Laff Records||LAFF A226, A-226||US||1983|
|Laff C-146||Richard Pryor||Craps (Cass, Album)||Laff Records||Laff C-146||US||1971|
|A-146, LAFF A146||Richard Pryor||"CRAPS" - After Hours (LP, Album, RE)||Laff Records, Laff Records||A-146, LAFF A146||US||1972|
|LAFF C-226||Richard Pryor||Blackjack (Cass, Album)||Laff Records||LAFF C-226||US||1971|